The Department of Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership would like to congratulate its students who received their American FFA Degree at the 95th National FFA Convention.
Found on the National FFA Organization website, the American FFA Degree is also known as the gold standard. It’s the highest degree achievable in the organization, the degree shows an FFA member’s dedication to their chapter and state association. It demonstrates the effort members apply toward their supervised agricultural experience and the outstanding leadership abilities and community involvement they exhibited through their FFA career. Recipients show promise for the future and have gone above and beyond to achieve excellence.
This year, 25 of the American Degree Recipients are current students studying agricultural communication or agriscience education in our department. We are proud of your hard work and dedication to the FFA!
Raegan Alsept, agricultural communication
Maranda Berger, agriscience education
Kayla Bowens, agriscience education
Taylor Burnham, agriscience education
Carlie Cluxton, agricultural communication
Elizabeth Fannin, agricultural communication
Reagan Feldner, agricultural communication
Carter Gilbert, agriscience education
Libby Grossniklaus, agricultural communication
Emma Homan, agricultural communication
Aubrey Hoying, agricultural communication
Karlee Knapke, agriscience education
Olivia Looker, agricultural communication
Bayleigh Miller, agricultural communication
Patrick Miller, agriscience education
Madison Parks, agricultural communication
Zoe Parrott, agriscience education
Jayme Pennell, agriscience education
Bradi Rex, agriscience education
Seth Richardson, agriscience education
Emily Schmitz, agriscience education
Alex Snyder, agriscience education
Sydney Steinke, agriscience education
Koren Truance, agriscience education
Hannah Watkins, agricultural communication
ACEL prepares communicators, educators and leaders in food, agricultural, and environmental sciences to integrate research-based learning, practice and engagement, in ways that will advance positive changes that strengthen individuals, families and communities. For more information on the undergraduate and graduate academic programs and research available in ACEL, please visit acel.osu.edu.